Volume 2
March 10, 2010
Dear Antique Boaters,

Here in the Northeast the days are getting longer, the snow is disappearing and the  ice in the St. Lawrence River is melting.  It can only mean that boating season is not far away.

See the 40 boats that we have listed in the last 60 days and stop by and see us at the Sunnyland Boat Festival March 26-28, 2010. This year's show will feature Century Boats from all eras.

Recently Listed for Sale - 1922 Elco Sedan

This very rare vessel is an award winner at every boat show it attends. This 1922 36' Elco Express Sedan with a Mercruiser 7.4L 454 cu. in. There were only 26 of these boats made and this is the ONLY one remaining. This boat runs very quickly and very smooth with its modern power and cuts quickly through all types of water. She was completely restored in 1992 and has been well maintained since. It also had another refresh in 2008 and a West System epoxy cold molded bottom installed. It has won awards at the prestigious and highly competitive Tahoe Concours D'elegance and the People's Choice award at EVERY show it has entered.

For additional photos and information on this listing, click HERE

The 2010 Sunnyland Chapter Boat Show

The 2010 Sunnyland Boat Show is only weeks away!  Located in beautiful Wooten Park in Tavares, FL. The 23rd annual gathering will take place on March 26-28th and will feature a large variety of Century Boats.  This show includes a display of boats in the water, boats on land, boats for sale, antique cars, and a nautical flee market.

If you are planning on visiting the show, take a moment and stop by the Antique Boat America.com booth.  Our representatives would be glad to talk to you! 

For more information about the 2010 Mount Dora Boat Show, click HERE

Recently Sold - 1949 Greavette Streamliner

This was surely one of the last remaining "project" Streamliners in existence!  Complete with most of the original hardware and a new bottom installed.  The Greavette Streamliner was a definitive example of Canadian craftsmanship with stunning lines and excellent build quality.  The original price of the 26' Streamliner ranged from $5,950 to $7,078 depending on the engine option.  The owner could choose between Chrysler, Buchanan, Gray, and Kermath powerplants based on budget and desired performance.  We look forward to seeing this boat after a full restoration!

For more information about this boat, click HERE

Clayton Auction - July 30 - August 1, 2010

The 2010 Clayton Auction is fast approaching. If you are thinking of making the trip or just dreaming about wooden boats - Check us out and we will see you in Clayton!

For information regarding the Auction, consignments or any other inquiries, feel free to contact us at 800-675-4089 or send us an email at info@antiqueboatamerica.com

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